The CEO & Director of Beta Healthcare International Limited, Dr Sanjay Advani was named the “CEO of the Year” at the annual Company of the Year Awards (COYA) annual presentation and gala dinner held at the Safari Park Hotel on 4th November Read more on Daily Nation

 

GLOBAL TRADE LEADER'S AWARD IN MADRID SPAIN

Beta Healthcare awarded with The INTERNATIONAL AWARD FOR LEADERSHIP IN IMAGE AND QUALITY in recognition of its commitment to the Quality of Business Management. Certificate Award for Leadership in Image and Quality

ASPEN GRANTED GENERIC LICENSE FOR THE MANUFACTURE AND SUPPLY OF TMC 278

Johannesburg. Aspen (APN), South Africa’s leading pharmaceutical company, has announced that Irish-based Tibotec Pharmaceuticals has granted Aspen a non-exclusive license to manufacture, market and distribute the Anti-retroviral (“ARV”) compound,

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Beta Healthcare: A Trusted name in healthcare

For most Kenyans, the mention of the name Beta Healthcare would not easily register in their minds.  But mention medicines like Action, Maramoja and Good Morning and everybody easily recognizes them.  This is due to the fact that for most people, these have been the non-prescription drugs they have for years relied upon for fast relief whenever one has a headache or a cough. 

Business Daily - 18th Feb. 2010

Drug companies boost quality of herbal medicine

The expansion of the pharmaceutical companies into Kenya’s business has given users fresh hopes of accessing quality and safe products.
Lack of a regulatory mechanism puts at risk over 80 percent of Kenyans using herbal products.

February 5, 2012 / Standard on Sunday

Manufacturing: Beta Healthcare plans to increase its export markets to include West African countries

Regional drug maker targets wider African Market.

Pharmaceutical products manufacturer Beta Healthcare plans to increase its export markets to include West African countries in its new two-prong expansion drive that also aims at increasing the number of products that the firm has in the market.

Business Daily - 18th Feb. 2010

Drug companies boost quality of herbal medicine

The expansion of the pharmaceutical companies into Kenya’s business has given users fresh hopes of accessing quality and safe products.
Lack of a regulatory mechanism puts at risk over 80 percent of Kenyans using herbal products.